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sir charles IV

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  1. One big issue for me is the design of roads. If acknowledging driver behavior or policing as problems then minimising the risk would work better. Eg. A 3way T-intersection near my place had regular serious accidents. People turning right from the main road or u-turn colliding with upcoming traffic and cars turning right from the side street. So they closed off the right turn into side street. Coming off a u-turn bridge in the right lane needing to cross three lanes to make a left turn into Tesco. 20m away. They should not design roads that make it physically possible to need to make a drastic move like this. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  2. [emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122][emoji122] Well only 3 more sleeps before the premier. Looking forward to sharing the experience. For those who have a life you can watch another channel ....... if you dare [emoji6][emoji6][emoji6][emoji6][emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  3. It seems you’re not in a strong position. Living with a Thai woman in her parents house and not being married to the daughter is not common and not ideal for them. You’re an embarrassment to them whether you agree/like it or not. As such you’re not an worthy addition to their family and don’t carry much weight around them. At best they’re tolerating you whether you agree/like it or not. Therefore your actions/expectations don’t mean much to them. As far as they’re concerned they’re doing you a huge favor and don’t appreciate you telling them what to do. The only solution I can see is to marry the girl and find your own place and when they come to your house wanting to watch those irritating and child inappropriate soaps you can tell them to F off politely. At the moment they’re telling you that in their own way (ie ignoring you). Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  4. Some of you have been used to getting away with circumventing proper long term visas with tourists visas. As mentioned already if you intend to live here follow the rules. If you’re happy to roll the dice sometimes you win sometimes you lose. Accept it! Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  5. The IO is probably coming from the angle of a visitor visa being for people who go on vacation from time to time. In this case it seems the OP is living in Thailand. The visitor visa is not to be used to circumvent a long term visa. I also agree that he’s lucky to get away with it. In developed countries they’ll figure it out quickly and will refuse him based on his travel history. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  6. Is it right that marriage visa is for one year? So if I’m granted the visa say July 1 and I quit my job say august 1 that I can stay until the following July 1? In the meantime I could look for work. Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  7. It therefore makes sense to go ahead with a married visa. Right? Sent from my iPhone using Thaivisa Connect
  8. Thanks. It’s actually for four years and not 5. Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  9. I’m in Thailand on a company sponsored 5 year visa and married to a Thai. In the event that I decide to leave this employer is there an advantage or even a possibility to obtain a married visa while on the current visa? Will the married visa allow me to stay and look for another job or even during transition to new employer as the current visa through this employer will be canceled on my last day of employment. I’m trying to avoid leaving the country and even make it easier for the new employer by not needing a work visa at all. Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  10. A single lady family friend is a mia noi who’s being financially supported by her Thai bf including own accommodation and cash. She’s been chatting a guy in Europe who has promised to marry her. He’ll visit her in Thailand for the first time in a couple of weeks. She has carefully planned the week long get together to ensure the bf does not find out. So I’m watching from distance how she’ll pull it off or will she get busted. She talks to my wife regularly and I get the intel. Pathetic of me isn’t it. But now as a semi-insider I can track her daily progress of deception. The bf calls every day. She even has got the European dude to catch a taxi from suvvy airport to Don Muang so they can fly off to her home town. “What if the bf calls while in a taxi between the airports? So better to meet at DM” is the sort of planning we’re talking about. I’ll report and update on her progress. Will she hook up with the new guy and live happily ever after and dumping the bf? Will she get busted and lose the bf and things don’t work out with the European? Will the Thai bf confront them both in Thailand? So many possible outcomes. Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
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